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ArcelorMittal ops to resume after fire

Feb 22 2013 16:10 Reuters

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Johannesburg - ArcelorMittal South Africa said it expected steel making operations at its Vanderbijlpark plant, which was hit by a fire, to resume in March.

The company declared a force majeure almost two weeks ago after the fire forced it to shut part of the steel-making facility.

It said good progress had been made to replace some of the lost production.
 
 

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